Green Bay Packer linebacker A.J. Hawk has been battling a chronic wrist injury and will have off-season arthroscopic surgery. He’s the only Packers player that will need surgery.
Wide receiver Jordy Nelson has spent the past couple of days on crutches.
Mike McCarthy said Nelson suffered a bursa sac injury in his left knee during the 4th quarter of the game. Nelson will not need surgery. Treatment calls for ice and rest.
Cornerback Charles Woodson suffered a broken left collarbone in the Super Bowl, but will not require surgery to repair it.
Sam Shields suffered a shoulder sprain and will be examined further later this week.
Tackle Chad Clifton, who has had some form of off-season surgery the past couple of seasons, will not need any off-season surgeries on his knees this year.